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Costa Rica declares national emergency after Conti ransomware attacks

13 days ago   |   By TechRadar

The Costa Rican government is under such immense ransomware attack that it has reportedly been forced to declare a state of national emergency. BleepingComputer claims that the country's president Rodrigo Chaves, signed the declaration into law on April 8, the same day he took office. "The attack that Costa Rica is suffering from cybercriminals, cyberterrorists is declared a national emergency and we are signing this decree, precisely, to declare a state of national emergency in the entire public sector of the Costa Rican State and allow our society to respond to these attacks as criminal...
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